Hi folks, The questions and concerns that are discussed in this article sound a lot like some of the issues users with autism have asked about here, so I thought I'd post a link in case any of y'all find it helpful. Navigating Queer Girl Culture on the Autism SpectrumPosts: 1352 | From: San Francisco | Registered: Jan 2013
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Great article! Valuable comments, too (always loving tightly-moderated comment spaces!). I appreciate cross-community considerations, because goodness, more of that is always needed. Being someone who doesn't have this particular lived/inside knowledge, there can never be too many reminders or extra pieces of it.
-------------------- The kyriarchy usually assumes that I am the kind of woman of whom it would approve. I have a peculiar kind of fun showing it just how much I am not. Posts: 1786 | From: Europe | Registered: Sep 2011
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